No, scrotoplasty will not affect your eligibility for future transmasculine hormone therapy. Hormone therapy is a separate procedure from scrotoplasty, and they do not have any impact on each other.

Hormone therapy is a medical treatment that helps people transition to the gender they identify with. It involves taking hormones that are typically associated with the gender they identify with. For example, transmasculine people may take testosterone, which is a hormone that is typically associated with men.

Scrotoplasty is a surgical procedure that is used to create a scrotum in people who were assigned female at birth. It can be done as part of a larger gender confirmation surgery or as a standalone procedure.

There are no medical reasons why scrotoplasty would affect your eligibility for future hormone therapy. In fact, some people choose to have scrotoplasty after they have been on hormone therapy for a while. This is because scrotoplasty can help to create a more natural-looking scrotum, and it can also help to improve sexual function.

If you are considering scrotoplasty, you should talk to your doctor about your eligibility for hormone therapy. They can discuss the risks and benefits of both procedures with you and help you decide if they are right for you.

Scrotoplasty, which involves modifying the scrotum, is often performed as part of gender-affirming surgeries for individuals undergoing female-to-male (FTM) transition. Scrotoplasty itself does not typically affect eligibility for future transmasculine hormone therapy.

Transmasculine hormone therapy usually involves the administration of testosterone, which helps induce masculinizing effects such as deepening of the voice, increased body and facial hair growth, and redistribution of body fat. Scrotoplasty is generally considered a separate procedure that focuses on altering the external appearance and structure of the scrotum.

However, it’s important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional or an endocrinologist who specializes in transgender healthcare to discuss your specific situation. They will be able to provide you with personalized advice based on your medical history, current health, and any potential considerations related to scrotoplasty and hormone therapy.